[REPRAPGURU] 12864 LCD Full Graphic Smart Display Controller for RepRap RAMPS 1.4 3D Printer Mendel Prusa Arduino Mega Pololu Shield Arduino RepRap

This full graphic Smart Controller contains a SD-Card reader, an rotary encoder and a 128 x 64 dot matrix LCD display. You can easy connect it to your Ramps board using the “smart adapter” included.
After connecting this panel to your Ramps you don’t need your pc any more, the Smart Controller supplies power for your SD card. Further more all actions like calibration, axes movements can be done by just using the rotary encoder on the Smart Controller. Print your 3D designs without PC, just with a g-code design stored on the SD card.
(1) Using a large screen 12864LCD.
(2) With a SD card base on back, put slicing file into the SD card and select the file on the LCD, then can be printing.
(3) Product comes encoder parameter adjustment can be achieved, and the file selection print.
(4) Plug and play on the RAMPS, but need to modify the firmware to support.
Package List Includes
(1) LCD 12864 Smart Controller x 1
(2) Smart Adapter x 1
(3) 30cm FC Cable x 2

Product Features

  • USA Customer Support
  • Print from SD card
  • Plug and play on the RAMPS 1.4, (with supporting firmware)
  • Using a larger screen 128X64

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  • C.J. Sanchez

    Check your cables! Works great after some modification Check your cables! I had a difficult time getting my screen to work after making several changes to the Marlin firmware. At first, the board would only beep and briefly flash on if I pressed the encoder button. As it turned out, both ribbon cable connections were on backwards. I fixed the problem by removing the connectors at one end of the cable, flipping them, then re-crimping them. You could also just remove the small tab on the connector so that you can plug it in the other way. The screen…

  • Anonymous

    At first the screen did NOT work and after I contacted Reprap, they were very helpful with getting my LCD screen working. They gave me a modified firmware to upload to the Arduino board with detailed instructions and with a few tweaks with the code, I got the screen up and working! This LCD screen is a very nice upgrade to my printer but may require some troubleshooting to get it to work.Make sure that the headers on the back of the LCD screen and the adapter are facing the correct…

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